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Show Context Citation Context This is not surprising in the light of the fact that the FFT computation Thomas, David H. Du, James A. Communication between processors has long been the bottleneck of distributed network computing. Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM is one of the most widely-accepted and emerging high-speed network standards which can potentially satisfy the communication needs of distributed network computing. In this paper, we investigate distributed network computing over local ATM networks.
Each API represents distribute One of the parallel algorithms which uses a 2-d mesh topology is briefly described below. The inter Collection-Oriented Languages by Jay M. Sipelstein, Guy E. Several programming languages arising from widely diverse practical and theoretical considerations share a common high-level feature: their basic data type is an aggregate of other more primitive data types and their primitive functions operate on these aggregates.
Examples of such languages and th Acting on large collections of data with a single operation is the hallmark of data-parallel programming and massively parallel computers. These languages which we call collection-oriented are thus ideal for use with massively parallel machines, even though many of them were developed before parallelism and associated considerations became important.
This paper examines collections and the operations that can be performed on them in a language-independent manner. It also critically reviews and compares a variety of collection-oriented languages This paper is organized into five sections.
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